University College Dublin and Malcolm Reading Consultants have published the concept designs for the University College Dublin Future Campus – International Design Competition

University College Dublin and Malcolm Reading Consultants are running an international design competition to reimagine the global university's campus. University College Dublin’s Future Campus project focuses on enlivening and enhancing the University’s extensive campus, creating a highly-visible and welcoming entrance precinct, as well as a charismatic new architectural addition, the Centre for Creative Design.
Ninety-eight teams from 28 countries entered the first stage of the competition, and a shortlist of six teams was selected by a panel chaired by University College Dublin President Professor Andrew J. Deeks. The shortlisted teams, including Steven Holl Architects, were asked to prepare urban design visions for the Entrance Precinct Masterplan as well as concept designs for the Centre for Creative Design.
Our Design focuses on Place and Space, reflecting on the history and quality of this Place while projecting towards the future with an inspiring Space for the highest level of education.
Entrance Precinct Concepts
Seven Quadrangles of open, green space
"H"-Plan circulation of covered walkways, doubles as near-net zero infrastructure
Campus Porosity and Social Space through portal pass-thru's and amenity programs
History Connected relationship to historic houses, gardens, specimen trees and woods. 
Flexible Phasing and Use by vertical Forums connecting all levels as “social condensers"
Centre for Creative Design Concepts
Place inspired by the geometries of Giants Causeway and work of James Joyce
Space for experience instead of an object
Gateway presence on the horizon, R 138 and up close
Natural Light and generous proportions to all interior spaces
Circuit of Social Connection linking everyone in free and open way for creative collaboration at the heart and soul of the building
The jury will meet in July 2018 to interview the shortlist and select the winner, who is expected to be announced in August 2018. Learn more about our project and the additional five competiting teams in the Shortlist Gallery here, and learn more about the competition here.